We want you to have an exciting, rigorous, and collaborative graduate experience, where you can:

  • study with faculty doing cutting edge research
  • actively engage with research from other disciplines
  • enjoy a lively and warm departmental culture
  • develop skills in our professionalization workshops
  • learn from and get to know speakers in our colloquium and visiting researcher series
  • participate in the annual Philosophy Graduate Student Association conference
  • prepare for academic and non-academic careers

The Philosophy Department offers a one-year MA program and two four-year PhD programs: a PhD in Philosophy, and a PhD in Applied Philosophy.

We also offer Graduate Diplomas in Cognitive Science and Theoretical Neuroscience.

We are happy to answer any question you have. Please contact: 

Monika Kitor, Graduate Coordinator

  • application process
  • graduate funding 
  • academic forms
  • academic deadlines
  • course enrollment

Chris Lowry, Associate Chair of Graduate Studies

  • program requirements
  • academic advising